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Big things are happening at your library!
A wonderful former patron, the late Evelyn Sweet, left the library a generous gift of $31,442. Mrs. Sweet was a devoted patron who loved reading and enjoyed mysteries! She was very kind and always had a smile for the librarians when she visited.
To comply with Library of Michigan Quality Service Standards, effective January 2, 2014, juvenile library cards will allow juvenile patrons (ages 13 and under) to check out library movies and use the internet.
The Library will be closing early for New Years Eve and CLOSED for New Years Day.
We hope you have a Warm and Wonderful Holiday!
We had another HUGE book sale at the library and were able to earn $1471.50! Books were sold from 10¢ to $1 on the first two days of the book sale and went for $1/bag on Monday. The money earned will come back to the library to help with future programming, especially the Summer Reading Program.
The library would like to thank the Friends of the Library Volunteers for organizing and manning an amazing Book Sale! All of your hard work is greatly appreciated, thank you all!
Tuesday, October 29, 7pm – 8pm Join us for an exciting visit from a local author who has released the new
The Chess Club will be creating a sculpture out of canned goods donated to our food drive! Please bring any and all possible donations for the Christian Neighbors Food Drive during the month of October. The library has a box ready for you to make your donations!
The world of art has come to life at the library this fall! Visit the library to see the many beautiful and amazing SculptureWorksTM sculptures on exhibit. In the years since SculptureWorksTM began, the company has remained devoted to the promotion of the nation’s public libraries through the placement and display of sculpture.